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Multidimensional perfectionism and antisocial behaviour in team sport: The mediating role of angry reactions to poor performance

Grugan, Michael Connor;
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  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Researchers have recently asserted that perfectionism has an important role to play in generating antisocial athlete behaviour. In examining the relationship between multidimensional perfectionism and antisocial athlete behaviour within the context of team sport, the current thesis advanced this particular theme. These relationships were explored using a non-experimental, cross-sectional research design. Competitive adult and junior athletes (n = 257, Mage = 20.71 years, SD = 4.10) completed measures of multidimensional perfectionism, angry reactions to poor performance, and antisocial athlete behaviour. In total, three structural equation models were constructe...
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